Jean Vanhoegaerden

Adjunct Professor of Change Management

Has over 25 years of experience teaching executive education programmes across the world.

Jean Vanhoegaerden has more than 25 years’ experience teaching, presenting and working with groups to develop management techniques and practices. He helps professionals build knowledge and skills around leadership, cross-cultural differences and change management.

Jean is currently adjunct professor of practice at Hult/Ashridge International Business School, where he develops and delivers management development programmes for international clients. Before joining Ashridge, Jean worked in HR and management development at Honeywell's European HQ, where he created management development programmes.

Jean has taught executive education programmes in North and Latin America, Europe, South Africa, Australia and the Middle and Far East. He frequently speaks at conferences on topics such as leadership, organisational change, cross-cultural differences and managing teams for the modern, interconnected world. His style is engaging and stimulating, using real-life examples and amusing anecdotes. And he always grounds theoretical tools and models in everyday reality.

As Adjunct Professor at Vlerick, Jean teaches on various customised programmes.

Who am I?

  • Adjunct Professor at Vlerick Business School
  • Adjunct Professor at Hult / Ashridge International Business School, UK
  • Adjunct Professor at HKUST Business School, Hong Kong, and London Business School, UK
  • Master in Organisational and Personnel Psychology at KU Leuven

My expertise

  • Leadership
  • Cross-cultural management
  • Organisational change
  • International management
  • Organisational culture